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Sep 16, 2019

On September 12, Jaguar Land Rover informed that it has fitted ‘virtual eyes’ to intelligent pods to understand how humans will trust self-driving vehicles, as research studies suggest that as many as 63% of pedestrians worry about how safe it will be to cross the road in the future.
The ‘eyes’ have been devised by a team of advanced engineers, working in Jaguar Land Rover’s Future Mobility division. The pods seek out the pedestrian - appearing to ‘look’ directly at them - signalling to road users that it has identified them, and intends to take avoiding action.
The ‘eyes’ have been devised by a team of advanced engineers, working in Jaguar Land Rover’s Future Mobility division. The pods seek out the pedestrian - appearing to ‘look’ directly at them - signalling to road users that it has identified them, and intends to take avoiding action.
The trial is aligned with the brand’s long-term strategic goals: to make cars safer, free up people’s valuable time and improve mobility for everyone.
The trials are part of a wider study exploring how future connected and autonomous vehicles can replicate human behaviour and reactions when driving. As part of the study, more than 500 test subjects have been studied interacting with the self-driving pods, designed by UK Autodrive partner Aurrigo.

Jaguar Land Rover press release

Sep 13, 2019

On September 12, Jaguar Land Rover informed that its venture capital arm InMotion Ventures announces its follow-on investment into autonomous vehicle manufacturer Voyage. The investment is part of a USD 31 million Series B fundraiser, led by Franklin Templeton, with participation from Khosla Ventures and Chevron Technology Ventures - bringing its total capital raised to USD 52 million. Voyage will be using the fresh funding to bring its technology to commercialisation, grow its team, expand its fleet of G2 self-driving cars, and introduce its G3 self-driving car.
Founded in 2017, Voyage is developing autonomous vehicle technology for communities with limited transportation options available to them. So far, the company has been trialling its products in retirement communities in California and Florida, with 4,000 and 125,000 residents respectively.
The company has been experiencing a phase of rapid growth since its inception, having grown its headcount by 300 percent since its Series A in January 2018. Its new hires including Drew Gray (ex-Uber ATG, Otto, Cruise, Tesla) as CTO, and Davide Bacchet (ex-NIO, Tesla) as Director of Autonomy. The company has also deployed its waitlist to communities containing over 1.1 million residents.

Jaguar Land Rover press release

Sep 12, 2019

On September 11, OSR Enterprises AG informed that it is collaborating with Jaguar Land Rover to enhance Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Automated Driving and securely connected technologies. The collaboration is revealed at the IAA show, where the OSR EVOLVER is integrated in the Jaguar I-PACE.
The EVOLVER in its 4th generation is the multi-domain AI brain for vehicles with an advanced architecture, high processing power and AI capabilities that provide the technology for ultra-smart, autonomous and securely connected vehicles.
The EVOLVER integrates functions like remote driving and vehicle control over 4G & 5G networks, open and learning advanced surrounding detection, recognition and prediction, in-cabin driver and passenger monitoring and cyber-secured car network and connectivity in Jaguar’s I-PACE.

OSR Enterprises press release